Remember Our Soldiers


Click Here for catalog:Social Studies School Service/Resources for Teachers, Parents,counselors,more!
EbooksClick here for EBooks by Social Studies School Service!


My Latest Published Book


Click here to learn more: Teachinteract.com


Materials for experiential,active learners

Anti-Bullying Resources

*Clipart from NJBullying.org


Need a quick activity?

NEW! Bell Ringers!

In the News!
Updated regularly



Mrs. Portulaca Purpilopilis

and the Purple Adventure Goggles

The Wooden Cookie Box Story The Wooden Cookie Box



Facts to Wow your Friends!






Teaching Ideas!



Webquests!


Geography Activities



Purpleannie's Travels

Crossword Puzzles!

Short Reads of interest


Dive into Career Choices



Kids Did It!


Teaching Tips A-Z


Great websites!


Mrs. Waffenschmidt
`

Science Fun!


`

P.R.A.I.S.E

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY


Gail's Glimmerings





Mail Gail:
Mailbox
Gail Hennessey



WEBSITES of INTEREST:


History For Kids

Ellen Jackson -Children's Author

Tween Tribune-News Stories for Student

DogoNews: Fodder for Young Minds

Time for Kids-Around the World

BBC Website for Kids

Teacherz-Pet

Kids Konnect

Purple Turtle EBOOKS!

Check out: Free Clipart



Award winning site for April 2008!






The official U.S. time - snapshot
Updated:3/2013
A Mayflower and Pilgrim Cyberhunt
By
Gail Skroback Hennessey
The Mayflower was named after a flower called the "Trailing Arbuttus". This flower is an evergreen with a white flower and pink center. Learn more about the Mayflower and the Pilgrims with this fun cyberhunt.

1. 102 passengers sailed on the Mayflower voyage which left Plymouth, England, on September 6, 1620. What was the name of the baby born along the voyage?_____ How did the Billington boys start a fire on the ship?___________ According to legend, who was the first passesnger to step onto Plymouth Rock?____________________
Find the answers at this site:
http://www.lacolony.org/dps/dp11.html

2. Forks were not on the table at the first Thanksgiving. When first introduced to England in the 1600s, most felt that the fork a silly eating tool. God gave man hands to eat with so the fork was unnecessary. Tableclothes were also used as napkins. What were two reasons the Pilgrims probably didn't have any pies for dessert?_______________________ How long did the first Thanksgiving feast last?_______________________ What was the name of the Indian chief that came to the feast with many of his men and what did they bring for the dinner? _______________________
Find the answers at this site: History.com